Let's say a doctor performed a cosmetic procedure, successfully completed it and stitched everything up. And as he was cleaning the surface of the skin, he wasn't careful enough and damaged the area he had just worked on. Thus, he had to take out all the stitches, open the patient back up and repair the damaged area, almost doubling the expected surgery time.
Who is responsible for the additional hospital and anesthesia time fees?
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